DEBBYS WOMP WORLD

 

 Buena Park Raceway

Debby's Womp World

Amendments to Stock Rules

 

1. In addition to the Parma Death Star motor we will make legal the Proslot - PS-2002 motor.

 2. We will allow bracing of the Parma steel womp chassis in the following way: a peice of .062 piano wire can be soldered along the upright at each corner. This peice of piano wire can be no longer than 1 5/8".

 3. In addition to the Parma Womp cone shapped front wheels or the legend wide front wheels you my also use the BPR Womp Fronts for your front wheels.

 4. We will change the minmum cleareance at the back to chassis to .050 the former cleareance was .062. 

 5. We will allow the motor to be soldered to the motor bracket replacing stripped screws. Solder only to the chassis bracket. No soldering on the sides of the motor.

4/20/18

 

                We had a total of 9 guys when it came time to begin our Friday night Womp/Toothbrush motor race. We had a printer issue so I’m missing the results for the opening heat but when the 2nd came to an end Steve was already up to a 4 lap lead over Adrian. Steve would make his way to red for the 3rd heat and came away with j39 laps; meanwhile, Adrian finished the 3rd with 41 laps and was now just 2 back. Steve was able to rebound in the 4th as he finished with 44 laps moving him back up to a 5 lap lead come the halfway point. Adrian would have a good run on black during the 5th as he finished with 39 laps, Steve was a couple lanes over on blue and finished the heat with 43 laps giving him now a 9 lap lead. Adrian would gain a few more laps back from Steve during the 6th but when the 7th came to an end Steve was back up to a 5 lap lead. In the end, Steve would come away with the win as he finished with a 6 lap lead; 337 to 331 laps.

                Now on to the “A” main where both Mel and Jim began the night with 47 laps with Tim B just 1 back. Jim refused to let up in the 2nd as he finished with 48 laps on blue allowing him to move ahead of Mel by 1 lap. Jim continued building his lead in heats 3 and 4 and when we reached the halfway mark he was up to a 5 lap lead. Jim and Tim would both turn 47’s in the 5th as Jim was now up to a 9 lap lead and a double digit lead on Tim. Jim would change that in the following heat now giving him a double digit lead on Mel as well. Jim was too far ahead at the this point and time was running low. Jim was able to bring home another win finishing with a total 377 laps which was 12 laps ahead of Mel in 2nd place. So the final for the “”A” main looked like this; Jim, Mel, Tim B, Pepper and Scott W. We’ll see you all next week.

4/13/18

 

                We had a small turnout Friday night for our Toothbrush motor racing with just 8 guys when it came time to begin. With just 4 guys in the “B” main, the power came on and they were off and running. Steve came away with the lead at the end of the first as he began his night with 42 laps on orange with Kyle just 2 back in 2nd. Steve soon had a 5 lap lead as he had another 42 laps in the 2nd heat. Steve must’ve came to race because when we reached the halfway point, he was already up to a 15 lap lead. He went on to have just 1 heat where he didn’t turn 40 or more laps and that was in the 7th where he finished with 38 laps on black. It really didn’t hurt him too much as he still finished with a 15 lap lead with a grand-total of 329 laps. So the final for the “B” main looked like this; Steve, Kyle, Mike, and Phil.

                Moving on to the “A” main where this week Jim was the top spot coming away with the lead at the end of the first as he opened up with 47 laps on green. He had Scott and Mel tied for 2nd place just 3 laps back but Mel soon had a solid 46 laps on white giving him control of 2nd place just 2 laps back of Jim. Jim was able to hold off Mel during the 3rd and 4th heat and still had a 2 lap lead at the halfway point. It was during the 5th that Jim had another 47 laps on yellow which pushed him up to a 4 lap lead. I guess that wasn’t good enough because the following heat Jim finished with 50 laps on orange moving him up to an 8 lap lead. Jim was really feeling it this night as his fastest lap was a 3.507. He got up to a 10 lap lead on Mel going into the final heat but in the end, Mel was able to get 1 of those laps back. Jim went on to win the race as he finished with a total of 374 laps with Mel Moon at 365. So the final for the “A” main played out like this; Jim, Mel, Scott, and Tim B. Hope to see a few more racers next Friday… have a great week.

4/6/18

 

                Friday night Womp racing is here again as another week has come to an end. This week we had just 9 racers make it out to the raceway consisting of 5 in the “A” and just 4 in the “B”. Up first in the “B” main we had 2 racers finish tied for the lead as RJ and Ken began they’re nights with 32 laps. Come the end of the 2nd RJ was able to gain control of the lead. RJ would have a 2 lap lead going into the 4th, but come the end of the 4th he and Gideon were tied at 134 laps. The 5th heat RJ made his way to black and finished with 32 laps, meanwhile Gideon finished with 35 laps giving him a 3 lap lead. RJ would move within 1 of our leader during the 6th heat but come the end of the 7th RJ was able to move into the top spot going ahead by 1 lap. In the final heat, Gideon was able to answer back to RJ with 35 laps on yellow which left them tied for the lead at 268 laps. Overall, Gideon was able to come away with the win beating out RJ for the top spot. So the final for the “B” main looked like this; Gideon, RJ, Ken, and Mike.

                Now on to the “A” main where it was Mel who came away with the first heat as he opened up with 40 laps, just 1 lap ahead of Jim. They would soon move into a tie for the lead at 78 laps going into the 3rd heat. Mel would soon prevail in the 3rd as he had a solid 41 laps on green moving him now up to a 4 lap lead over Jim and Paul who were tied for 2nd. Jim would soon regain control of 2nd place during the 4th and was trailing Mel by 3 laps. Mel was able to hold off Jim and the rest of the field during the 5th and would remain 3 laps ahead. Jim was closely gaining on Mel in the closing stages of heat 6 and they were once again tied at the top at 240 laps. Mel was able to gain 1 lap on Jim in the 7th heat but Mel had no time to relax as he knew Jim was close on his heels. The 2 battled it out in the final heat and Jim was right there about to make his move when the unbelievable happened, Jim got “Scott’d” in the final heat and Mel was able to come away with the win. Mel finished 2 laps ahead of Jim; 325 to 323. With that being said, here’s how the final played out; Mel, Jim, Paul, Scott, and Tim b. Thank you guys for coming out, we’ll see you next week.

3/30/18

 

                We had just 7 guys make It out for our Friday night Toothbrush motor race back on the final day of March. They decided that they would all race together instead of the usual “A” and “B” main. This week we had little Matthew Watterson make it out to the raceway after a 3 month break from racing. The race got underway and we had both an “A” and “B” racer finish tied for 1st place with 42 laps. The 2 racers that finished tied at the top were Tim Balmer and Matthew Watterson, which is not bad considering Matthew not racing for a few months. Believe it or not when the 2nd heat came to an end Matthew found himself in 1st place just 1 lap ahead of Tim. He would sit out the following 3 heats so Tim moved into 1st place. The 4th heat would finish and Tim was already up to 177 laps. Jim Watterson began his night late in the 4th heat turning a couple 46’s and a 47, when it came his time to sit out he was already up to 183 laps. Tim B would return in the 8th and picked up where he left off turning a very solid 48 laps on blue. It wasn’t til the 10th heat that Tim had difficult time as he finished with just 38 laps on black. Tim was able to turn it around for his final heat as he closed out his night 45 laps on yellow leaving him with a total of 354 laps. Jim made his return in the 11th and was really flying as he had 48 laps and a fast lap of a 3.616. Going into the final heat Jim needed 34 laps to tie Tim B at the top and in the end he was able to come away with the win finishing his night with 45 laps on yellow giving him a total of 365 laps. So Matthew Watterson would bring home the win for the “B” racers finishing with 333 laps with Adrian in 2nd and Mike H in 3rd. Then for the “A” guys, it was Jim sealing the deal with 365 laps and Tim B 11 laps back in 2nd with Scott in 3rd at 349. Good job racers and we’ll see you in April.

3/23/18

 

                 We had just 8 racers here for our Friday night Toothbrush motor race on the back track. We had a printer malfunction so I’m missing all the printouts for the “B” main so this is going to be short. According to Jim, Adrian came away with the lead early and he never looked back. He finished in 1st place with almost a 40 lap lead over Ken finishing with a total of 323 laps. James and Mike battled it out but James brought home 3rd place as he beat out Mike by just 1 lap; 258 to 257 laps. So the final looked like this; Adrian, Ken, James, and Mike Hardy.

                Moving on to the 4 man “A” main where this week it was Tim B who finished In 1st place after 1 as he opened up with 46 laps on green. During the 2nd though He and Jim both had 47 laps so Tim would remain 2 laps ahead of Jim. They would soon move into a tie for the lead at 139 laps as Jim finished with 48 laps on blue. Jim would soon take the lead from Tim in the 4th heat as Jim jumped up to a 2 lap lead. Jim would gain another lap in the following heat and come the end of the 6th he was up to a 4 lap lead with just 2 to go. Somehow, both Tim and Jim finished with 49 laps in the 7th allowing for Jim to remain 3 laps ahead going into the final heat. Jim being veteran he is closed out the night with 47 laps on white while Tim was just 1 lane over had 44 laps leaving him 6 laps back for the final. Overall, Jim finished with a 6 lap lead and a grand-total of 372 laps. So the final for the “A” main came down to this; Jim, Tim B, Scott W, and Mel M. We’ll see you all next week and have a great week.

3/16/18

 

                Another week has come and gone so that means its time for our Friday night Womp racing on the back track. We had just 8 guys make it out to the raceway this week so it was going to be an even 4 and 4. We’ll begin with the “B” main as Adrian came away with the early lead opening up with 40 laps on white giving him a 5 lap lead over Mike and Walter who were tied for 2nd. Walter would have an awesome run on green during the 2nd heat as he finished with 41 laps moving him into a tie for the lead with Adrian at 76 laps. He would continue his excellent driving in the 3rd as he had 45 laps on blue which was enough to take over the lead as he moved 5 laps ahead of Adrian. When they reach the halfway point, Walter was up to an 8 lap lead with 164 laps. The 5th heat came to an end and both Adrian and Walter were on the hardest of the lanes, but that didn’t seem to phase them as Adrian finished with 38 on purple and Walter had 39 on black. The following heat Walter jumped over to yellow and came away with 44 laps and had a fast lap of 3.788. Walter was now up to a 15 lap lead going into the 7th, at that time he followed it up with another 44 laps on orange giving him now an 18 lap lead going into the final heat. The final heat came to an end and wouldn’t you know it Walter finished with another 44 laps on white which secured his first ever 1st place finish bringing his lap total to 335 laps with his fastest lap of the night being a 3.726. Congrats to Walter on his win as he did an excellent job tonight but here’s how the final played out; Walter, Adrian, Mike, and Ken.

                Moving on to the 4 man “A” main where this week Tim B got off to a little of a slow start as he began with just 37 laps which is unusual for him. The remaining 3 racers began how they usually do with Jim W gaining control of the lead early with 46 laps leaving Mel M and Scott W tied for 2nd place just 1 lap back at 45. The 2nd heat is where Jim really stepped on the gas as he had 48 laps on green with a fast lap of 3.616 giving him a 5 lap lead over Mel who gained control of 2nd place. Jim must have been really feeling it this night as he followed up that 48 with an amazing 49 laps on blue which jumped him up to a 9 lap lead. The 4th heat would come to an end and Jim was already up to 190 laps with a comfortable 14 lap lead over Mel. During the 5th heat Scott was able to sneak past Mel as he had 44 laps on blue moving him up into 2nd place. Meanwhile Jim was on another planet turning back to back 48’s in the 5th and 6th heat giving him now a 25 lap lead with just 2 heats to go. The 7th heat was Jim’s best as he somehow had 50 laps and had a fast lap of a 3.460 leaving him 31 laps ahead of Scott who was fighting off Mel for 2nd place. As you can probably guess Jim would come away with the win as he finished with a 34 lap lead with a grand-total of 384 laps. Scott was able to hold off Mel in the final heat as Scott finished with a total of 350 laps with Mel 6 back of him at 344. So the final for the “A” main finished like this; Jim, Scott, Mel, and Tim B. Good job racers as it was another fun night of racing and we hope to see you all next week.

3/2/18

 

                Another week has come and gone which means it’s time for our Friday night Toothbrush motor Womp race. We had a total of 9 guys make it to the raceway this week consisting of 4 guys in the “B” main and 5 in the “A”. We’ll begin with the “B” main where this week we were without Daniel as he was due for a day off. The first heat got underway and it was Morris and Adrian who finished tied at the top with 37 laps. Adrian made his way to green for the 2nd heat and did very well finishing with 42 laps which was enough to gain control of the lead as he went ahead of Morris by 2 laps. In the following heat, he was able to gain another lap then by the end of the 4th he was up to a 5 lap lead. Morris was able to get back 2 laps and was now within 3 of Adrian. Morris would make his way to orange in the 6th heat but was struck with bad luck and finished with just 32 laps which allowed for Adrian to move up to an 11 lap lead. Adrian’s car was running close to perfect the entire race and had a comfortable 20 lap lead going into the final heat. In the end, Adrian would come away with the win as he finished 26 laps ahead of Morris capturing his first ever win. He is also the newest racer to join the 300 club as he finished with a total of 317 laps leaving the final looking like this; Adrian, Morris, R.J, and Phil.

                Moving on to the 5 man “A” main where it seemed that everyone  got off to great starts as they all finished the first heat with 40 or more laps. Mel Moon and Jim W both finished tied at the top spot with 47 laps, but they had Scott and Tim B close behind tied for 2nd just 1 lap back. Tim made his way to blue for the 2nd heat and was flying finishing with 48 laps which was enough to move him into a tie for the lead with Jim and Mel. Jim would answer back in the 3rd with 48 laps of his own also on blue which gave him the outright lead as Tim and Mel moved back into a tie for 2nd place. In the following heat, 3 of the 5 racers finished with 46 laps but it was Mel over on green that had 47 laps which was enough to move him back into a tie for the lead with Jim at 188 laps. Moving on to the 2nd half of the race and Mel continued his solid driving over on blue as he became the 3rd racer to have 48 laps on blue. He now had a 2 lap lead on Jim but of course Mel ran into some troubles down on purple which was enough for Jim to catch him as they moved back into a tie for lead going into the last 2 heats. Jim was able to go ahead by 1 lap in the 7th as Mel had a tough time on black finishing with just 43 laps leaving him once again tied for 2nd place with Tim at 324 laps. With no time to lose, Mel was able to regroup for the final heat and finished strong on yellow closing out his night with 47 laps but believe it or not he finished tied with Jim W at 371 laps. The tape measure had to be brought out and Mel came away with the win as he finished just a few feet ahead of Jim. Everyone seemed to have a good time as it was an exciting race to be a part of, but here’s how the final played out; Mel, Jim W, Tim B, Scott, and Paul. Good job racers, we’ll see you all next week.

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